And it has fat chained prison guys, demons, and the zerg! Wowza!
(Note: I did not make this--this is a "legitimate" advertisement that came up on a program I use to watch Chinese television. I just thought you guys would enjoy.)
They have to licence their franchises to make time for the development of Episode 3. I guess this is a strong and reliable proof that they are working on an imminent release.
" @Lights_Up_The_Shaft said:" Valve, what the fuck are you doing? "Like with CS: Neo or the arcade HL2, they're just licensing it out for others to develop. They've got bigger fish to fry. "
It'll just be the same Counter-Strike: Online that Korea have had for years. CS with micro-transactions, zombie game modes, and the old maps that nobody cares about anymore like a snowy DE map with a crashed 747 in it. Keep wanting to call it Tundra, but that's an AS map. Anyway, nothing new here, really.
" first "Dong Dong must Die", now THIS!?Umm dude, China already IS a powerhouse in the video games industry. Also, so is South Korea and its industry is worth more than the US's and it's a much smaller country.Seriously, China is starting to become a powerhouse in the video game industry."
" @MysteriousBob said:I doubt it--China has a penchant for doing whatever the fuck they want, license or not. Honestly, I doubt its a real game. Clicking on those advertisements is typically one of the fastest ways of infecting your computer with tons of viruses and malware." @Lights_Up_The_Shaft said:Someone at Valve gave the OK for this to happen, this hybrid of Counter-Strike and Painkiller. "" Valve, what the fuck are you doing? "... you really think they're the ones making this? "
Use your keyboard!
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